Lazy Acre Log Cabins
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... and get on my feet, they never did! I woke up numerous times during the night with my cold feet, but never enough to actually wake up properly and put them on! I was so cold my feet kept on cramping too, but still I willed myself to keep on sleeping! Not tonight though! We went shopping in Orbost (that Snowy River town!) and I bought a pair of LONG bedsocks for $2 from a Discount Shop! Ta da! I'm ready for the cold tonight! Paul is ...
... looked miserable. It's a divers paradise because of all sea life and a surfers dream because of the waves. At this time of year you would have to have a few tiles missing to even go near the water. We then went for a walk to find the remains of a hut the Joiner family had built in 1900's overlooking what is now known as Joiners Channel. I really need to wrap my head ...
... relaxing stay we were actually quite reluctant to leave this little oasis. But the show had to go on! Tathra was the next stop on the itinerary, well and truly slap bang in the middle of the Sapphire Coast. We were once again able to enjoy comforts of home here thanks to a colleague in Perth who kindly opened up the family holiday house for us. The kids were again excited to have a TV and sleep in beds, yes real beds! Mum and Dad were just rapt at having a kitchen and ...
Fri. 15NOV; 5pm MELBOURNE HOLIDAY PARK
Nothing much to write really. We drove 552km from the Twofold Bay Beach Resort in Eden to the Melbourne Holiday Park. This was the very first day that we did not go see something or do something special on the way.
We got up early and left just passed 7am. Hardy had told us, that a certain piece of the coastal drive would be bush/woods and nothing else. And here we were. Nothing on the road. Nothing at ...
... our snatch strap but it wouldn't budge. No wanting to risk it we turned back defeated.
We finally camped at the Goongera camp site as it was in the same town as Jill so we thought we would give it a shot, we were in Goongera sooner than we had planned due to all the roads being closed. It was probably on of the nicest free stops we had ever seen, next to a river, perfect spring like weather (it was still technically winter) and the cleanest and cutest toilets ...